Olivier Giroud’s latest stats have labeled him as the most effective Premier League super-sub this season amid talk that he could leave in the summer.

Absolutely no one will be shocked to find out that, statistically, Giroud is the best super-sub in the league. In fact, the 30-year-old has been brought on by Arsene Wenger 18 times this season to help dig Arsenal out of a hole.

The big guy has been involved in eight goals (scored six, two assists) after being brought on as a substitute.

In total, Giroud’s contributed 16 goals and six assists over all competitions, which works out as every 76.5 minutes.

However, we’ve got a problem. The striker no longer wants to be a super-sub, he wants to be the main guy or at least the chance to have a go regularly.

Unfortunately, this means that despite only just signing a contract extension in January, the France international could be looking to leave this summer, especially if Arsenal bring in another forward.

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